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Rococo Noir large pedestal cake stand; 12-inch diameter
Crafted of durable stoneware in shiny black glaze
Petal-style rim keeps cake or cookies contained
Can combine with 2 smaller pedestals to create 3 tiers
Dishwasher-safe; comes in elegant round gold-and-black gift box
Rosanna borrows the dainty detailing and plentiful use of curves from 18th-century French Rococo arts to create her
modern-day Rococo Noir tableware. The collection's ornate teapot, sugar and creamer set, and pedestal cake stands are
executed in sturdy stoneware and glazed a deep, shiny black that elegantly accessorizes several of her other patterns.
For Christmas dining, Rococo Noir pairs perfectly with the new Rosanna Haute Holiday pattern, which features such
silhouettes in black as Santa's sleigh and a reindeer on a red-and-white ground. Throughout the year, use the solid
black Noir to accent Rosanna's decorative black-and-white Parisian Wallpaper collection. Black adds drama to any table
Measuring 12 inches in diameter, this cake stand is the largest of the three in the collection. The petal-shaped rim,
repeated in the pedestal base, rises gently to beautifully present an eight- or nine-inch layer cake or keep a stack of
chocolate chip cookies from sliding off. The two smaller cake stands may be stacked with this one to create a
three-tiered buffet centerpiece with a strong wow factor. After the last crumb is gone, the pedestal cake platter can be
placed in the dishwasher, although because of its shape hand-washing may be the better bet. Rosanna packages the cake
stand in a round gift box comprised of a gold-and-white brocade-patterned top and a black base, almost as impressive as
the piece itself. --Ann Bieri